Sorority Life at The University of Alabama

2019 Year Round Judicial Board Applications

The 2019 Year Round Judicial Board applications are now open! This year, the board will be compromised of one member from each of the following chapters: Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Phi, Delta Delta Delta, Delta Gamma, Kappa Delta, Phi Mu, Pi Beta Phi and Sigma Delta Tau.

The judicial board members shall participate in training to be educated about the purpose of the board, the rules and regulations the judicial board will monitor, the procedures to be followed, proper questioning techniques, the rights of the charged organizations, evaluating evidence, and deliberations and sanctioning. The judicial board shall educate member sororities about the Panhellenic judicial procedure. Apply today!

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2019 Year Round Judicial Board Application:

Alabama Panhellenic Association Need-Based Scholarship

Alabama Panhellenic Association is pleased to now offer one-time, emergency, scholarships to members. The APA Need-Based Scholarship is awarded to current University of Alabama Panhellenic women who have maintained high academic standards and demonstrated a need for short-term financial assistance.


Additional Guidelines for Consideration: The applicant must be an active Panhellenic sorority woman in good standing with her organization, have made significant contributions to the Greek community, and have a minimum overall GPA of 3.0. Particular consideration is given to those who demonstrate a true emergency need (ex. family illness or death, natural disaster, etc.), as well as additional avenues pursued for financial assistance (ie. seek out job, other scholarship opportunities, etc.).


The scholarship is awarded for various amounts on a case-by-case basis. A student may only receive this award once. The scholarship committee will review standing applications once a month. Please return this application and all additional requested information to the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. APA is always accepting applications, as they are reviewed monthly on a rolling basis.

APA Need-Based Scholarship Application

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 2018 Fall Primary Recruitment

Fall Primary Recruitment Registration is now CLOSED.

For more information about Fall Primary Recruitment including information on what to wear, letters of recommendation, early move-in, and Bama Bound Orientation please visit the 2018 Fall Primary Recruitment page. For questions or concerns about the Fall 2018 Recruitment, you can email or call the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life at (205) 348-2693.

We are so excited to announce that this Fall 2018, Sigma Kappa will be coming to campus and joining our Panhellenic Community! Sigma Kappa was founded in 1874 at Colby College, Waterville, Maine. They currently have more than 120 chapters in 36 states, with more than 165,000 members worldwide.

Colors: Lavender and Maroon

Flower: Violet

Symbol: Dove

Philanthropy: Alzheimer's Research

During UA Panhellenic Recruitment, Sigma Kappa will only be participating in the Open House Round. This allows each Potential New Member to learn more about Sigma Kappa, and it allows Sigma Kappa to share additional details about their process and what it means to join a new chapter. After Open House Round, Sigma Kappa will withdraw from Recruitment and will serve as a break station for the PNM's to go to.

Letters of Recommendation are not required to be eligible for the Sigma Kappa recruitment process. If you are however interested in submitting a Letter of Recommendation, please have a Sigma Kappa alumna submit one on their national website.

We are aware and fully acknowledge that over the years, there have been hateful actions and

words that have caused tension within our Greek and campus community. While we know that

these incidents are not specific to one council that does not mean that each council does not

have a responsibility to respond. Furthermore, we acknowledge that these incidents have had

and continue to have varying effects on individual members, particularly our minority members

within each of the four the Greek Councils. We also recognize that there are members of our

Alabama community who are not Greek affiliated who have been heavily affected, and we

support these individuals as well. This is not the time for silence, finger-ˇpointing, or ignoring the

issue at hand. There must be a culture change within our community and each of the Greek

Governing Councils has a responsibility to uphold what it means to respect member individuality

and create a truly diverse and welcoming atmosphere for all those who attend the Capstone.

We are more than saddened and apologetic about the recent racially biased incident. We

acknowledge the feelings of not only the Greek community, but also the greater campus as a

whole. We respect the anger and calls for change that have been made and we intend to work

together to achieve a climate of acceptance, respect, and inclusivity, which is free from hatred

and bigotry. Not only do these actions not represent our values, they do not fall in line with the

expectations we have for our members. Most importantly, this malicious behavior does not align

with The University of Alabama Capstone Creed and as such, cannot and should not be


Moving forward, we expect our members and our member organizations to evaluate and uphold

their accountability processes. With the National Pan-ˇHellenic Council being an integral part of

the UA Greek community, there is an increased expectation and demand that these acts of

hatred come to an end. The recurrence of incidents of this nature and the problems within our

community and campus culture are things that we recognize and collectively aim to

eliminate. Words must be backed by action;; therefore, it is important that together, we create a

foundation of human decency and respect that begins with the recruitment of members and

includes collaborative involvement amongst organizations and councils, which includes a robust

accountability process.

Lexi Matallana

Alabama Panhellenic Association President

Vincent Zicarelli

Alabama Interfraternity Council President

Tyler Flowers

Alabama National Pan-ˇHellenic Council President

Veronica Pisani

Alabama United Greek Council President

The Alabama Panhellenic Association has high expectations for our council leaders, member

organizations, and individual members. Our Code of Ethics outlines the ways in which our

members are expected to behave and our chapters are expected to exercise accountability, in

order to foster an inclusive community. APA demands that any member organization that fails to

meet these standards fully evaluate the state of the chapter and recommends that the

inter/national organization enact the following changes:

• A full membership review of the chapter. This review should be done with the

intention of realigning the values and beliefs of individual members with the

organization as whole.

• During this time and in the following semesters, we expect to see a loss of social

privileges for both on and off-ˇcampus social events, including but not limited to

cohosted events, sorority sponsored events, and partnered competitions such as

Greek Week and Homecoming. This time should be used to reconsider the goals

and identity of the chapter.

• A complete evaluation of the membership selection process. This should include

an examination of the way decisions are made during recruitment, to include the

values, beliefs, and identities of the women being recruited.

Lexi Matallana

Alabama Panhellenic Association President


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 Alabama Panhellenic Association Scholarships

Congratulations to our 2018 Alabama Panhellenic Association Scholarship Recipients!

Dr. Judith L. Bonner Scholarship

Jamie Weisberger


Dr. Kathleen Powers Cramer Scholarship

Allyson Lacoste


Sandee Kirby Witt UA Away Scholarship

Logan Fenhouse

Alabama Panhellenic Association Awarded NPC College Panhellenic Achievement Award

We are excited to share that the Alabama Panhellenic Association has been selected as a recipient of the National Panhellenic Conference College Panhellenic Achievement Award. This award recognizes the success of the University of Alabama Panhellenic in upholding the values of the Panhellenic Creed in five out of the seven areas of recruitment: Panhellenic structure, communication with the NPC area advisor, judicial procedures, Panhellenic programming, academics and Panhellenic community impact and relations. Thank you so much to our Panhellenic Executive Council and wonderful sorority community for their hard work in earning this award! For more information about this award, please visit



No Contact Period: May 1 - Aug. 18, 2019

Online Recruitment Reg. Opens: Wednesday, May 1, 2019 @ 10am CST

Early Bird Registration: May 1-May 31, 2019

Regular Registration: June 1-June 30, 2019

Late Registration: July 1-July 15, 2019 @ 11:59pm CST

Online Recruitment Reg. Closes: Monday, July 15, 2019 @ 11:59pm CST

Letters of Recommendation Due: July 22

Rec. Workshop Week (Current chapter members ONLY): August 3 - August 10, 2019

Early Move In for Potential New Members: TBD

Sorority Rec. Convocation:

Saturday, Aug. 10, 2019 @ 10am

Primary Recruitment: Aug. 10 - 18, 2019

Bid Day: Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019

1st Day of Classes: Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019

*Please note, there will no longer be any spring recruitment parties (spring teas/spring preview) for high school seniors.


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Alabama Panhellenic Association (APA)
P.O. Box 11055
Tuscaloosa, AL 35486

Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life
The University of Alabama

Ferguson Center 2512
Box 870298
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487-0298
Phone: (205) 348-2693
Fax: (205) 348-8326

Hazing and Harassment Hotline:

(205) 348-HALT (4258)

Student Complaints and Appeals:

Media Inquiries: For press and media requests, please contact the Office of Media Relations Relations at 205-348-8532.


The University of Alabama complies with all applicable laws prohibiting discrimination, which are outlined in the University’s nondiscrimination notice available at and in its harassment policy at Membership in registered student organizations shall be open to all students of The University of Alabama, without regard to race, religion, sex, disability, national origin, color, age disability, gender identity or expression, sexual identity, or veteran status except in cases of designated fraternal organizations exempted by federal law from Title IX regulations concerning discrimination on the basis of sex.


Individuals who have concerns about the recruitment process are encouraged to contact the Dean of Students Office at 205-348-3326.